PP speaks to BESTrustees’ Alan Pickering about his views on the effects that the CMA’s fiduciary management remedies could have on smaller pension schemes. Professional Pensions asked some of the industry's leading independent trustees , for their views on how the Competition and Markets Authority's (CMA's) remedies around fiduciary management could affect smaller pension schemes. In the first part of this Q&A series, PP speaks to BESTrustees’ Alan Pickering
PP: The CMA's remedies place obligations on trustees as much as on fiduciary providers. Has the CMA got this balance right? Whenever there is a problem, the authorities go straight to selling the funds...
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